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Tahití, un paraíso al alcance del surfista
10 · 09 · 2018By Alvaro Pastor
Exotic destination and with an average annual temperature of 28º, whenever we have thought of Tahiti islands, the first images that haunt our mind are spectacular white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and a relaxed and happy lifestyle. Our mind is not misguided. The official name of the islands is French Polynesia, a group of archipelagos made up of more than 100 islands, of which Tahiti is...
09 · 18 · 2018By Alvaro Pastor
Elon Musk has stood out for making his company known as the pioneer in producing 100% electric cars with a large autonomy and therefore clean and non-polluting. In addition, the success is due to a magnificent market positioning thanks to the exclusivity, elegance and constant innovation of the same company. Due to aspects such as Corporate Social Responsibility and its commitment to the...
09 · 10 · 2018By Lachlan Campbell
Learning to surf is an enriching experience. It will push you to your limits, make you question your athletic capabilities then reward your struggles with fleeting moments of sheer ecstasy. But learning to surf can also be an exercise in pain management and humiliation.  It can hurt, bruise and leave you questioning whether or not it’s worth the effort. Don’t let this deter you though. I myself...
09 · 04 · 2018By Alvaro Pastor
Australia is the world's largest island, although considered a continent, not an island. It’s still a big island. Offering 34,218km of coastline, this makes Australia one of the best and most sort after surf destinations in the world. Australia has an active surf population of over 1.7 million, there is no doubt why surfers from all parts of the world want to catch waves here. The question is...
The surf craze in Japan before Tokyo 2020
08 · 15 · 2018By David Biger
By the end of July 2020, surfing will become an Olympic discipline at the Summer Olympics held in Japan. Ichinomiya has been selected to be the host city for the surf events and the relatively small town seems to attract many new surfers and is quickly growing... Japan and Tsurigasaki Beach, the new surf economy More precisely, the competition will take place at Tsurigasaki Beach, a spot located...
6 best surf spots in India for your next surf trip
08 · 03 · 2018By David Biger
This short video made in the Andaman Islands in India is an amazing introduction to this blog post. Discover a complete change of scenery, an extremely rich and vibrant culture to embrace, and perfect waves for surfing. Who could ask for more? We’ll present you in this article the 6 best surf spots in India where you could plan your future surf trip. And the best thing is that all of them offer...
What is the surf culture (the real one)?
07 · 27 · 2018By David Biger
What is surf culture exactly? How was it born? In this blog post we’ll go back in time to explore the long and compelling origins of this ancient Hawaiian sport. In a recent autobiography that won the Pulitzer Prize in 2016, William Finnegan came back on 50 years of surfing, travels and obsession. “Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life” is the story of a men who consider surf not only as an extreme...
A glimpse inside the surf photography world
07 · 17 · 2018By David Biger
In the new digital era, surf photography has changed a lot and posting a photo on Instagram has never been easier. Does it mean that everybody can become a professional surf photographer? Young photographers would love to get into surf photography for the unique lifestyle, traveling everywhere, doing a lot of cool things. But what is the reality of the surf photography business? In this blog...
Young Guns: An Extraordinary Lifetime Opportunity for Teen Surfers
07 · 02 · 2018By David Biger
In only 2 weeks, the « Young Guns » contest launched by Quiksilver has already reached 1000 subscriptions! Young surfers from all over the world got super excited about the opportunity to surf in Kelly Slater’s famous Surf Ranch. Groms, that’s also how we call those young surfers, coming from the word “grommet” and that refers to the surf culture. They were already invited to...
06 · 18 · 2018By David Biger
The surf world is often very concerned about protecting the oceans and about the impacts on the environment. But we are all concerned… and the negative effects of toxic materials such as plastic are increasingly polluting the planet and we must find ways to react. We went for inspiration from creators, associations and brands and we present in this article 5 great initiatives that want to make...
05 · 31 · 2018By David Biger
Injecting science into surfing already started a while ago but more and more start-up founders are getting involved in the surf industry by developing new technologies. Some surfers prefer to stay away from those tech improvements and like to keep it simple: a surfboard, a short and the ocean. Whether we like it or not, it’s a matter of fact that technology offers new opportunities to help...
Surf en Euskadi
09 · 06 · 2017By Juanferpt
The Basque Country, Euskadi, is a pioneer in terms surfing, for several reasons. The first is that it is part of the 'prehistory' of European surfing. The second is that it's part of the early history of Spanish surfing. The third has to do with the first National Surfing chapter. And the last has to do with the birth of the current Spanish Surfing Federation (Federación Española de Surf, or...

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